Now that all of Joy’s pups have been matched with wonderful families, what’s next?
Well, I’ll be starting at the top of my list again and begin matching the remaining puppies, that’s what! 😀 And since so many of the original people passed on Joy’s litter because they wanted a summer puppy, I won’t be contacting them and should move down the list faster. Which also means, I may be getting in touch with some of our very newest people that just got on the list! No guarantees of course, but there’s a good chance!
I will be starting the matching process today so please check your email and phone for a message if you’re towards the top and in the coming days if you’re further down the list. Remember each litter has an album on the website so you can scope out the current pups (pictures are updated weekly on the pups “birthday” of the week or close to it.) There are videos on the YouTube channel also so you can watch the puppies interact and play. I’m also available to chat on the phone or answer questions via email if you have them when I get to your name on the list (or sooner).
If you are someone that told me you’re not ready until summer or have changed your gender/color preference and are interested in our current pups, you will need to let me know that.
I will be matching from all three available litters at the same time even though their ages are different.
Flower’s litter is the oldest at just a day shy of seven weeks. But because they had such a rough, slow start in life and are so much smaller than our average Cavapoo, they will be staying here a bit longer before I’m going to let them go to their new homes. They will probably head home about the same time as the Glory pups.
Gracie’s pups are six weeks tomorrow! Yikes, how did that happen so quick? They are scheduled to go home Sunday, March 10th.
Glory’s pups are five weeks old today and are scheduled to go home Sunday, March 17th.
Our pups normally go in for their checkups between 8-9 weeks before they go home. Since Flower’s litter had such a rough start I wanted my vet to exam them before the regular check-up time. So they have already gone in for their exams. She said, yes, they are small, but they may catch up. They are small, but feisty, playful and happy little ones! I suspect they will stay on the small side. My guess and it’s only a guess at this point, (the pups may prove me wrong) is that Cheers and Champagne might end up in 10-12 lb range, Midnight and Kiss in the 8-10 lb range. And Confetti aka “Peanut”, well, he’ll be a pocket puppy! I’m thinking maybe 6-8 lbs. They will be going for another check-up before they head home.
Please take into consideration the “delivery” dates on each litter when you are considering picking a puppy. If a puppy stays past it’s official going home date, there is an extra charge because I will need to continue to care for and work with each puppy and if I don’t have another scheduled trip to Spokane your will have to make arrangements to come here to pick up your puppy. The best thing for each puppy is to be home at that time bonding with his or her new family and learning their routine. Ideally, I want each puppy going home when they are scheduled to!